Women's watches

Ballon Bleu de Cartier

Ballon Bleu de Cartier

Floating like a balloon and as blue as the sapphire safely nestled in its side, the Ballon Bleu watch by Cartier adds a dash of elegance to male and female wrists alike. Roman numerals are guided on their path by a sapphire cabochon winding mechanism protected by an arc of precious metal. With the convex curves of the case, guilloché dial, sword-shaped hands, and polished or satin-finish links of the bracelet... the Ballon Bleu watch by Cartier floats through the world of Cartier watchmaking.

Tank

Tank

Louis Cartier created the Tank watch in 1917. A legend was born. The first prototype was presented as a gift to General Pershing some years before the watch was brought to market in 1919. The lugs blend seamlessly into the stark edges of flat vertical brancards, lending the watch its unique aesthetic. The clean, crisp lines have proved hugely popular with a free-spirited, elegant clientèle. The now-iconic Tank watch has inspired countless variations yet managed to preserve its distinctive identity.

Panthère de Cartier

Panthère de Cartier

In yellow gold, rose gold or steel, the Panthère de Cartier watch adopts a generous range of feminine looks. Discover the Panthère de Cartier watch collection and its jewellery versions

Baignoire

Baignoire

The 1912 design of the watch that would later be christened the "Baignoire" demonstrated Cartier's prowess in crafting watchmaking forms.

Ballon Blanc de Cartier

Ballon Blanc de Cartier

Ballon for the rounded shape. Blanc for the brilliance of the diamond set at 4 o’clock. Ballon Blanc, the ultra-feminine counterpoint to the Ballon Bleu.

Santos de Cartier

Santos de Cartier

1904. Louis Cartier granted the wish of his friend, the famous Brazilian aviator Alberto Santos Dumont: to be able to tell the time while flying. This was the birth of one of the first ever wristwatches. Featuring a geometric shape and exposed screws, the watch quickly became one of the Maison's watchmaking icons. The Santos rose to the ranks of a classic that would defy the hands of time.

Tortue

Tortue

Pioneering designer Louis Cartier imagined a tortoise-inspired watch, the Tortue, in 1912. At a time when all watches were round, the groundbreaking design went on to earn the status of a classic. Cartier offers both ladies' and men's models in a full range of styles, available in gold, at times set or fully paved with diamonds.

Hypnose

Hypnose

The Hypnose watch seems to whip Cartier timekeeping into a never-ending spiral. A jewelry watch of hypnotic fascination, its aesthetic appeal lies in the form and power of illusion of its lines.

Crash

Crash

Created in 1967, the Crash watch captures the unmistakable verve of Swinging London in the Sixties. It crystallizes the encounter between the great creator of shaped watches and the joyful, popular transgressive current that overturned conformity.